Restaurants

Romanian in Baia Mare

Butoiașu' cu Bere

One of the most fun places to eat in town, this rustic eatery with its stone walls, exposed wooden beams and encyclopedic 'newspaper' menu is the place to sample Romanian cuisine for the first time. There's an energ…
French in Baia Mare

Michael Pascale

This stylish but casual French-owned bistro has helped pull the Baia Mare dining scene into the 21st century. On the walls, fabulous prints from dynamic American artist Mike Lana. On the table, the likes of chilled …
Italian in Baia Mare

Lumiere

This rather chichi Italian restaurant with the French name and lovely terrace with decked floors offers the finest dining directly on Piaţa Libertăţii. Excellent soups, bruschetta (10 to 15 lei), pasta (16 to 45 lei…
Romanian in Baia Mare

Hanu Igniş

As authentic a Romanian han (inn) as you’ll find, with colourful plates on the wall, embroidered covers on the tables and folk music in the air, this place serves rib-sticking specialities such as polenta with, well…
Hungarian in Baia Mare

Budapesta

It's a bit of a schlep at the western end of Str Victoriei and randomly located above a shopping complex, but Budapesta offers excellent Hungarian cooking in a rather refined setting. Goose liver with crispy fried o…
International in Baia Mare

Barbarossa

Named after the infamous (and fictional) pirate, this nautically themed restaurant – love the skull and crossbones – has an atmospheric interior hung with antique lanterns, and a terrace area pumped with iced air. O…
Romanian in Baia Mare

Rustic

On an unnamed street behind the sports hall, this carnivores' favourite has a bubbly terrace and a traditional 'country' interior. Rustic is all about pork fillets, steaks and cold plates of salami. Don't expect tou…
Romanian in Baia Mare

Millennium

Boasting a prime people-watching terrace on the square, an adjoining pub and an encyclopedic menu of snacks, salads, pizza (15 to 32 lei) and some very meaty mains, this place is a magnet for the town's young-bloods…